Google Doodle Snubs D-Day for LGBTQ+ Activist Sparking Conservative Outrage

Google’s daily sketch, known as the Google Doodle, usually showcases important people or events. However, some say that Google’s recent choices have been too politically correct. People criticized Google for not celebrating the anniversary of D-Day, a significant day in history when allied forces landed in Normandy during World War II.

Instead of honoring the brave soldiers who fought for freedom on D-Day, Google chose to feature Jeane Cordova, a lesbian activist known for her work in the LGBTQ+ rights movement. This decision upset many who believe that D-Day should have been the focus of the day’s doodle.

Some conservatives argue that Google’s choice reflects a disdain for American values. They believe that the LGBTQ+ movement goes against the principles of liberty and justice. They feel that Google’s decision to highlight an activist over the heroes of D-Day is disrespectful to those who served and protected the country.

This controversy has sparked debate about whether Google is prioritizing political correctness over honoring historical events like D-Day. Conservatives worry that companies like Google are pushing a liberal agenda that diminishes the sacrifices of those who fought for freedom. They urge for a return to celebrating values that uphold the nation’s history and heritage.

Written by Staff Reports

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